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Used Lexus Suspension Struts
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About Suspension Struts
The Lexus suspension strut is a strong metal strut that is positioned behind the wheel with the control arm sitting either side of it. It’s bolted to the chassis at the top and the lower control arm at the bottom. The strut consists of a metal bar with a damper positioned in the middle. Over the top of this metal bar sits a coil spring which in combination with the damper acts a shock absorber and cushions the vehicle from the bumps in the roads surface to provide a smoother ride. The Lexus suspension strut also improves the performance of the coil spring by dampening the effect the springs have when dealing with shocks.
The strut also plays a key part in steering and alignment.
Damage to the Lexus suspension strut can result in ‘forward plunge.’ This is where the vehicle shunts forward when brakes are applied.
Other issues can include the vehicle rocking from side to side or being unpredictable when handling. It’s also worth noting that the ride smoothness will greatly deteriorate if the Lexus suspension strut is showing signs of wear. A quick way of checking performance is to use a ‘bounce test.’
- In 2018, Lexus sold almost 700,000 cars, and since its founding in 1989 has sold a whopping 10 million vehicles. That makes Lexus the fourth best-selling luxury car brand in the world after Mercedes, BMW, and Audi.
- Although you could buy a Lexus car almost anywhere in the world, it wasn't until 2005 that they started selling in Japan!
- Paul McCartney had a Lexus built for him. His personal LS 600h contained no animal products!
- You won't find any imperfections in a Lexus engine, because they are made using a vacuum cast.
- Lexus spent a reported £1billion on developing the first generation LS. Reportedly, 1400 engineers were recruited, 2300 technicians worked on the car, and 450 prototypes were built.